CONCURRENT SESSION 4A
Thursday 7 September 2017
Time: 3.30pm - 5.00pm
RA21 – Resource Access for the 21st Century
Along with its huge upside and inherent value, digital transformation brings a unique set of risks and security challenges.
By enabling your identity solution to be a catalyst rather than an obstruction and maintain the protection it is intended to deliver. When done right, digital transformation can help tertiary institutions and their partner organisations become more agile, more connected, more informed and more secure, as well as lower the cost of security and compliance.
Digital transformation with REANNZ Tuakiri service ensures that even as business accelerates, risk is mitigated and security remains at the forefront when dealing with a much larger user base.
Our federated identity service is built to:
REANNZ Tuakiri can assist expedite your digital transformation initiative because our solutions are global standards-based, business-centric, scalable and centrally integrated, and support a governance-first approach enabled on an identity ecosystem build on trust relationship, we can help your institution become a true enabler of business innovation for research and education.
At the RA21 talk we will discuss - Publishers, libraries, and consumers have all come to the understanding that authorising access to content based on IP address no longer works in today’s distributed world. The Global RA21 Project hopes to resolve some of the fundamental issues that create barriers to moving to federated identity in place of IP address authentication to securely enable seamless access to subscribed resources, from any device, from any location, and provide a consistent, intuitive user experience along with increased security for management of personal data.
Sat is responsible for the service development and line management of Tuakiri, New Zealand Access Federation service and has been since its establishment in 2011 by NZ Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment.
Sat has extensive experience in design and delivery of innovative solutions. He has developed cohesive teams and governing bodies while also conducting C-level engagements nationally and internationally with Tuakiri’s collaborator partners. Sat is a well-recognised and valued member of the New Zealand research and education community, including leading engagement with NZ Govt. agencies.